Meet me Friday evening in Hyde Park for a slide lecture on the migration miracle.
Moonset through clouds this morning from Monhegan Island, Maine.
Here on Monhegan Island, the north winds deliver us migrating songbirds, and the raptors take them away.
Three Merlins and three Sharp-shinned Hawks chased Northern Flickers in open warfare this morning, a natural event each fall on Monhegan.
THE USUAL RARE BIRDS HAVE ARRIVED. Yeah, it’s an oxymoron. How can rare birds be usual? Well, this is Monhegan Island, after all, where oddities (avian and human) are commodities. Take Lark Sparrow and Dickcissel, which basically breed no closer to Maine than the Midwest. They’re regular visitors to Monhegan (and other points East) in the …
It's all about the yellow now on Monehgan Island. Here's the day-two report.
Breaking news from Monhegan Island: Yellow-headed Blackbird.
Fasten your seatbelt. On these hot humid nights, slugs are doing it — wet, wild courtship and copulation like you've never seen.
Double rainbows broke out across Central Vermont Wednesday evening. Here are a few images from my blog followers and Facebook friends.
Kent McFarland, my colleague in conservation, and I speak for the spineless when we join Jane Lindholm at noon today for Vermont Public Radio's annual Insect Show.